|Reader Pulp||Sep 14 2012|
French artist Jacques Puiseux shares a few of his pulp influenced crate paintings.
We don’t usually feature contemporary art on Pulp Intl., but when French painter Jacques Puiseux pointed out to us that there were some pulp elements in his work, we thought he was right. He described them as Marxist pulp, which is interesting, however we did not discuss his meaning or intent beyond that short description, which means you’ll have to interpret them however you want. The one above is called “La Veuve Mao,” which translates as “Mao’s Widow,” and the two below are “Lady Gargarine” and “Playmate Stalingrad.” All were painted on pieces of wooden crates, and there are more at the artist’s Tumblr page here.